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Christian Jessen

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Dr Christian Jesseon teaches a lesson on health Dr Christian Jessen, the presenter of the C4's Embarrassing Bodies and Supersize/Superskinny offers a lesson in teaching teenagers about their own often embarrassing he...

Annie Ashraf

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The pedagogical challenge is on for this KS2 geography teacher Tetherdown Primary School rates primary teacher Annie Ashraf's lessons as 'good'. We bring in top inspector Clare Gillies to assess one of Annie's Year 5...

Division: Dice Factory

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Calculate a dice order: a practical KS2 maths division challenge This clip features a real-life context for division. It is ideal for use as a lesson starter in KS2 maths and is especially suitable for use with Year ...

The Weather – Sounds, Pictures, Blogs and Poetry

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Learning about climate graphs for Key Stage 3 geography students Different groups in a Key Stage 3 geography class bring the traditional climate graph to life with a vivid portrayal of weather conditions inside a tro...

Learning Languages Through Sharing Resources

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How a school inspired learning in MFL through sharing resources


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See three new activities for teaching numbers to Years 3 and 5 At Eleanor Palmer School in north London, headteacher Kate Frood and her enthusiastic staff have created some absorbing activities to engage their primar...

Body Language Techniques

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Advice on body language techniques for teachers Find out how body language or non-verbal communication can improve teaching throughout a lesson, from bringing pupils in to a class to getting them out again and engagi...

Primary Music – Three Notes

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A KS2 class use an African song to learn about pitch and notation Teacher Alice Vickers from Waycroft Primary School in Bristol takes a focused approach to learning music. The simplicity and repetition in the song al...

Musical Shakespeare

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Bring the emotion out of Shakespeare with music Students in groups are given different instruments to represent different emotions. Drums, for example, can portray anger. As you read a monologue, the students play in...

Modelling Light

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A creative KS2 science lesson idea on how light travels Rachel Dixon, year 6 teacher at Ripple Primary School in Barking, presents her lesson on light. The objective of this lesson is to get her pupils to understand...

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